This is how Peek & Cloppenburg Düsseldorf gains more storage capacity with the AutoStore

Deutsche Post DHL Group / Cornelis Gollhardt

Deutsche Post DHL Group / Cornelis Gollhardt

If the storage becomes too small, you either need to move or add another storage. DHL Supply Chain and its customer chose AutoStore’s fully automated solution over Peek & Cloppenburg Düsseldorf.

DHL Supply Chain has launched fully automated robot assembly at its logistics center in Stauffenberg, Lower Saxony, for its customer Peek & Cloppenburg Düsseldorf. According to DHL Supply Chain, the 6,000 square meter AutoStore is one of the largest automated storage and retrieval systems in Germany.

In 1869, merchants Johann Theodor Peek and Heinrich Anton Cloppenburg founded the Peek & Cloppenburg textile company in Rotterdam (Netherlands). In 1901, the first branches in Germany were opened in Berlin and Dusseldorf. Today, the Peek & Cloppenburg Group, headquartered in Düsseldorf and Vienna, operates 160 fashion houses in different countries. In 1911, a second company with the same name was founded in Hamburg. Both companies are called Peek & Cloppenburg, but are independent of each other. This article is about the Dusseldorf company.

In 2013, Peek & Cloppenburg Düsseldorf started its online store, then under the name “Fashion ID”, due to the risk of confusion with Peek & Cloppenburg Hamburg. Since 2016, the webshop with URL available under your own brand name.

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